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JC571 B672 2011

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9780813344928 (pbk.)

ISBN

0813344921 (pbk.)

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Philosophy of human rights : theory and practice / David Boersema

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Boulder, CO : Westview Press, c2011.

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xi, 444 p. ; 23 cm.

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Contents: The nature of rights
-- The justification of rights
-- The content and scope of rights
-- Rights holders
-- Criticisms of rights
-- Rights and political discourse
-- Global rights discourse
-- Right to free expression
-- Employment rights
-- Right to privacy
-- Intellectual property rights -- Victims' rights -- Children's rights.

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Summary: Combining the sustained, coherent perspective of anauthored text with diverse, authoritative primary readings,Philosophy of Human Rights provides the context andcommentary students need to comprehend challenging rightsconcepts. David Boersema first explores theoreticalaspects, including the nature, justification, content, andscope of rights. He then applies these theories topractical issues and contemporary debates. Clear,accessible writing, thoughtful consideration of primarysource documents, and useful, everyday examples pertinentto students^' lives enhance this core text for courses onhuman rights and political philosophy. --Book Jacket

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